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A Cardiologist’s 9/11 | Sandeep Jauhar | Nautilus | 13 September 2018
“Cadavers had always made me feel queasy. In the near corner was a group of doctors and nurses, and next to them was a plastic stretcher. Behind the group was a wooden table where a nurse and two medical students were sitting grim-faced. They were covered in grime, but you could still make out the reds and oranges and yellows. In the far corner, next to a blown-out door, was a pile of orange body-bags. Soldiers were standing guard. In the dressing room were stacks of unused body-bags”
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september 2018 by petulantskeptic
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